Originally Posted by OL' OutLaw
yes, you will need the OBD II (B) adapter, and a K2-A key....same setup for an 2002 powerstroke.
I have one, and they are very good....
only problem is they eat 9-volt batteries..... keep a few Energizers around.
I just thought my screen read "keep alive battery low,replace soon, located in left handgrip" as the default home screen
The Scanner works really good, I have had mine since 1995, and have kept it around for good reason. I would spend $200 on one if it had all the cartridges and OBD pins, lots of cars on the road that it still supports. Mine stays hooked up to the OBD a lot. There are a few things that it does not read on my truck for some reason...and my newer OTC will, but I do not get IVS, CLT or Engine RPM...but all the other data is there